TRACK REVIEW: Slow Magic Remixes Kodak To Graph’s “IAMANTHEM”

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Slow Magic and Kodak to Graph just recently toured together, so it’s really special to see a remix done in appreciation of each others musical talents. If you’re unfamiliar with the artists, Slow Magic is really upbeat euphoric music based on imagination, unlimited possibilities, and capturing experiences into sounds words can never explain.

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Kodak To Graph is an amazing soundscape artist who makes music from real life recordings of recognizable sounds, such as dogs barking or cars going by. Turning these noises into trippy beats that tell a story is such an amazing talent alone.

The blend of these two artists together as a listener brings me a lot of joy. The build in the beginning of IAMANTHEM feels like trap, but drops like future bass with many elements of indie. The singular lyric throughout the track that is really catching on to fans goes, “one thing ‘bout music is when it hits you feel no pain,” and I’m pretty sure the rest of the song speaks for itself at that point. This song functions as a piece of art that speaks to the soul. Hopefully it hits you right in the feels.

I’ll be catching Slow Magic at Electric Forest 2015 so get ready for the full lowdown on his set! I’ve been waiting a really long time to finally see him.

Enjoy the track and discover new artists!

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Serafina Thoma – EDM TOR

 

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It has been since late elementary school when Serafina Thoma came across artists like Benny Benassi, Ratatat, and Daft Punk and instantly bonded her soul to electronic music forever. Throughout high school, her taste in EDM expanded when introduced to artists Pendulum, Skrillex, Glitch Mob and Justice through various groups of friends over the years. She is an OSHEAGA 2012 veteran, a Veld 2013 warrior, and is an Electric Forest 2014 enthusiast. She uses her vast skills in writing, multimedia, and social media to be as vocal as possible about her opinions of new tracks, shows and albums. She'll make sure to speak her mind openly and honestly. Her knowledge in the scene continues to grow throughout many encounters and experiences in the Greater Toronto Area. Serafina and can be seen jammin' often at the back of The Hoxton to deep or electro house.

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